from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A genus of plants of the family Asteraceæ, allied to Senecio, but with simple involucre, no ray-florets, and achenia with 5 acute ciliate angles.
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- proper noun A female
given name, a rare latinizedvariant of Emily.
- proper noun historical A region of
Italy, approximately coterminous with modern Emilia-Romagna.
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- noun tropical African herbs
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Martin Mulligan, a social commentator who blogs under the name Emilia Persola, said that unlike in the Middle East, cyber protesters in Nicaragua are unlikely to take to the streets right away.
Emilia is just barely three months into 4, so, yeah.
Perhaps the strongest team in Emilia was the second-tier Italian squad, Colnago-CSF, whose Domenico Pozzovivo, Gianluca Brambilla and Simone Stortoni all played prominent roles, with climber Pozzovivo placing sixth.
And I haven't mentioned the deep manly love that Palamon and Arcite profess for one another when they are not competing to win Emilia, nor Emilia's early professed deep womanly love for the otherwise unmentioned Flavinia (though if I was directing this I would make her the jailer's daughter).
Emilia is so beautiful and happy and vibrant. i want to say that your sister's strength is inspiring, but what I really want to say is that I wish life never put her in a situation where she had to find strength like that.
I am giggling because I too have written this same JK report card and besides the hilarity of having to “grade” a bunch of four year on such “strict” criteria as playing Submarine and such, I have also used this same exact statement, “Emilia is working to use her conflict-negotiation skills independently” different name but same comment.
Emilia is already learning that it can hurt to love someone in any capacity.
Emilia is already planning for when she can drive.
Now you know Emilia is doing great so … one less worry, right?
So glad to hear that Emilia is doing better … that was quite a worry you must be exhausted …